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[audio]Carl Rakosi part 1 June 1989 - Rakosi, Carl
Carl Rakosi reads and comments on an interview done with him for Conjunctions magazine, in which he discusses Zukofsky's editorship of Poetry Magazine; "Objectivism" as a term, a group, and a poetics; Rakosi's trouble writing and making a living; and other topics.
Downloads: 95
[audio]Carl Rakosi reading of an interview with himself, June, 1987. - Rakosi, Carl
First half of a Carl Rakosi reading. Rakosi reads an interview with himself by an unknown interviewer. The interview describes events from Rakosi's past and his relationship to writing. There is also a discussion about Rakosi's 27 year abscence from writing and what it was like for him to return. The reading ends with a long question and answer session. (Continues on 87P023)
Downloads: 155
[audio]Carl Rakosi lecture on experimental writing, July, 1993. - Rakosi, Carl
A Carl Rakosi lecture on experimentation and innovation in writing, examining the role of the reader as well as the writer. He notes the modern emphasis on originality, and looks at the possibilities for innovation in subject matter, form, and language, touching briefly on the work of Walt Whitman, Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, Louis Zukofsky, James Joyce, and Jackson MacLow. Rakosi then turns his attention to the reader...
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[audio]Carl Rakosi reading of an interview with himself, July, 1987. - Rakosi, Carl
Second half of a Carl Rakosi reading of an interview with himself by an unknown interviewer. The question and answer session continues. (Continued from 87P023)
Downloads: 147
[audio]Cope and Rakosi read part 2 June 1987 - Rakosi, Carl

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[audio]Margaret Randall Workshop part 1 July 1990 - Randall, Margaret
This is the third tape of a workshop with Margaret Randall. The students express their feelings and views regarding activism in Latin American countries. Margaret talks mainly about collective memory and the power of creation as writers. She mentions her time in Uruguay and Nicaraguan Sandanistas. Related tapes 90P063, 90P064, 90P066
Downloads: 176
[audio]Margaret Randall Workshop part 3 July 1990 - Randall, Margaret; Zamora, Daisy
This is the final segment of a Margaret Randall workshop. In this continuation from 90P063, 90P064, 90P065, and 90P066 Daisy Zamora is discussing the recent election in Nicaragua that elected Violeta Chamorro. She discusses the campaigning, the 17.5 million dollars given to the Chamorro campaign by the US and the promises, vote buying, economic embargo and deflated spirit of the Nicaraguan people that all played apart in the election process...
Downloads: 89
[audio]Margaret Randall Workshop part 2 July 1990 - Randall, Margaret; Zamora, Daisy
Margaret Randall Workshop continued from 90P065 which discsusses the idea of separating the dichotomy in political action. She mentions Ruth Hubbard's "The Politics of Women's Biology" and how the environment is not a split cause, but a global one that adjoins to politics. Daisy Zamora then talks to the class about the ongoing struggle in Nicaragua under Violeta Chamorro and the Agency of International Development and the involvement of the United States.
Downloads: 194
[audio]Joan Retallack lecture, Geometries of attention, Cage's silence, July, 2002. - Retallack, Joan
Joan Retallack lecture discussing Gertrude Stein's influence on John Cage. The correlations between Stein and Cage are related to their style of writing and the avante-garde. Retallack discusses the necessity of coincidence, surprise, and crime in the world and in writing, and that real time cannot be mirrored in literature or performance. This form of writing is contrasted with conventional writing styles.
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[audio]Joan Retallack and Lorenzo Thomas reading, July, 2002. - Retallack, Joan; Thomas, Lorenzo
Second half of a reading, with Joan Retallack and Lorenzo Thomas. Retallack reads a long poem entitled, "Lost briefcase conjecture," and Thomas reads "Whale song," "Equinox," and others. (Continued from 02P084)
Downloads: 267
[audio]Randy Roarke lecture on William Butler Yeats, May, 1981. - Roark, Randy
Randy Roark talks about William Butler Yeats as part of Tom Pickard's class on Basil Bunting. Roark discusses Yeats's life and touches on connections between Yeats, Bunting, and Ezra Pound. He reads Yeats's work, including "A coat" and "The fisherman." Pickard adds comments and answers questions.
Downloads: 502
[audio]Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance, July, 1987. - Rose, Amanda; Rowan, Peter; Taylor, Steven
Third and final part of a Peter Rowan concert at the Naropa Institue. Rowan sings "Panama red" and joins in a song with Amanda Rose Rowan, "Wings of horses." (Continued from 87P027 and 87P028)
Downloads: 643
[audio]Bob Rosenthal class, True reality fiction, August, 1980. - Rosenthal, Bob
A Bob Rosenthal class. He discusses his development and influences as a writer, and reads from his work, Cleaning Up New York and "Fifth Avenue overhead."
Downloads: 189
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, August, 1981, part 5. - Rothenberg, Jerome
Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, discussing sacred performance and clowns, including Barbara Tedlock's book Teachings from the American Earth, Elsie Parson's book Pueblo Indian Religion, Black Elk's description of sacred clowns, Crow Indian sacred clowns, the relationship between clown and shaman, sexual behavior among Pueblo clowns, proto clowns, trickster gods and Balinese clowns...
Downloads: 281
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, August, 1981, part 4. - Rothenberg, Jerome
Second half of a Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, discussing shamanism, performance as ritual, gaining knowledge through experience, meditation, Seneca songs, being prisoners of language, trance and illusionism. Part 4 of a series. (Continued from 81P022A)
Downloads: 285
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on tradition of the new. - Rothenberg, Jerome
Jerome Rothenberg traces the tradition of the new, from indigenous poetic traditions through mysticism and modernism. Rothenberg opens and closes the class by performing his own translations of Native American chant/ song/ sound poems. Here, Rothenberg focuses on intersections between Western poetic works and traditional indigenous poetic works. (Continued from 76p030.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; oral literature; language and culture; ethnopoetics
Downloads: 320
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, August, 1981, part 3. - Rothenberg, Jerome
Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, discussing balance and sanity in the Marakami, Don Genaro in Castaneda, poverty and cultural richness, ceremonies and political change, Native Americans in relation to settled areas and wilderness, Maria Sabina on women and shamanism followed by a movie about her, Sabina's account of the first cure and shamans as mediums. Part 3 of a series.
Downloads: 203
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on tradition of the new. - Rothenberg, Jerome
Jerome Rothenberg traces the tradition of the new, from indigenous poetic traditions through mysticism and modernism. Rothenberg opens and closes the class by performing his own translations of Native American chant/ song/ sound poems. (Continued on 76p031.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; oral literature; language and culture; ethnopoetics
Downloads: 571
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, August, 1981, part 2. - Rothenberg, Jerome
First half of a Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, discussing Kurt Schwitters, Ramon Medina Silva, Native American sign language, Cherokee songs, thought poetry, futurists, Dada, Ginsberg, Diamond sutra, Hugo Ball, sound poetry, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Raoul Hausmann, Navajo songs, Henry Chopin and Howard Norman. Part 2 of a series. (Continued on 81P021B)
Downloads: 235
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class, Shamanism, part 2, August, 1985. - Rothenberg, Jerome
A Jerome Rothenberg class about shamans in Yanomamo society. He compares a film shown in a previous class to the commercial film The Emerald Forest and looks at how both films distort the realities of Yanomamo culture. He also discusses Yanomamo creation myths and other aspects of Yanomamo culture. Part 2 of a three part class series.
Downloads: 377
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on tradition of the new. - Rothenberg, Jerome
Jerome Rothenberg traces the tradition of the new, from indigenous poetic traditions through mysticism and modernism. Rothenberg opens and closes the class by performing his own translations of Native American chant/ song/ sound poems. Here, Rothenberg focuses on intersections between Western poetic works and traditional indigenous poetic works. (Continued from 76p030.) Keywords: New American Poetry, ethnopoetics, oral literature, language and culture
Downloads: 178
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, August, 1981, part 4. - Rothenberg, Jerome
First half of a Jerome Rothenberg class on ethnopoetics and performance, discussing shamanism, performance as ritual, gaining knowledge through experience, meditation, Seneca songs, being prisoners of language, trance and illusionism. Part 4 of a series. (Continued on 81P022B)
Downloads: 167
[audio]Jerome Rothenberg class, Shamanism, part 1, August, 1985. - Rothenberg, Jerome
A Jerome Rothenberg class about shamanism. He discusses translation, the Catholic church, and differences between Carlos Castaneda's book Don Juan and the actual practices of Yaqui shamanism. Rothenberg also discusses associations between the theater and rituals. Part 1 of a three part class series.
Downloads: 470
[audio]Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance, July, 1987. - Rowan, Peter; Taylor, Steven
Second part of a Peter Rowan concert at the Naropa Institue. Rowan plays "Mama was a country girl," "My son, my son," "I dreamed of a home," "O Grandfather," "Sang all the songs we once sang," "No Woman, No Cry" and "In the land of the Navajo." Rowan talks about a Naropa fair and invites students on stage to sing "Brothers for life" and "Outlaw babies." (Continued from 87P027 and continues on 87P029)
Downloads: 1,576
[audio]Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance, July, 1987. - Rowan, Peter; Taylor, Steven
First part of a Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance at the Naropa Institute. Taylor opens with classical guitar music. Rowan plays "Cowboys and Indians," "Wondering," "On a dusty old road," "The free Mexican airforce," "Cool springs," "Like a moth to a flame," "If you fallin'," "O here I go again," "The walls of time" and "Thirsty in the rain." (Continued on 87P028 and 87P029)
Downloads: 701
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